Rotary club, Child Legacy International to serve communities

Rotary Club of Bwaila-Lilongwe has partnered with Child Legacy International (CLI) to serve the vulnerable communities.

Rotary club, Child Legacy International to serve communities, Image: facebook
Rotary club, Child Legacy International to serve communities, Image: facebook

Malawi: Rotary Club of Bwaila-Lilongwe has partnered with Child Legacy International (CLI). The aim of the partnership to expand its work of supporting vulnerable communities.

The members of the country have shared that the decision has come after the club visited CLI centre at Msundwe in Lilongwe. The visit was convened on Monday to appreciate some of the works being carried out at the centre.

The organization has been working hard to provide the people of the district access to free healthcare. The facilities of the club will be available to members of the communities surrounding the centre.

Rotary Club of Bwaila-Lilongwe President, Innocent Mofolo spoke about the significance of the partnership. He said what CLI is doing is in line with the clubs focus areas hence their interest to partner with the organisation.

“What CLI is doing exemplifies the rotary spirit; rotary has seven focus areas and CLI has all those areas mainly; disease prevention and treatment, sanitation, economic empowerment, justice and agriculture,” Mofolo said.

He said, through the newly formed partnership, Rotary Club of Bwaila-Lilongwe and CLI are eager to serve vulnerable communities. They are working on helping the people of Malawi through economic empowerment, disease prevention, maternal and child health.

Through the partnership, the two institutions would like to ensure that vulnerable people as well as communities in the country are well served.

“The motive of our partnership is to serve together. Rotary is service above self and, therefore, we want to serve those that are less privileged,” he said.

CLI Co-founder, who is also Chief Executive Officer for the organisation, Jeff Rodgers, hailed the partnership between his organisation and Rotary Club of Bwaila-Lilongwe.

“Child Legacy is honored to be part of Rotary Club of Bwaila-Lilongwe. We are happy to be part of what the rotary club is doing to help develop this country and bring quality life to people,” Rodgers said.

The people of the community can benefit tremendously with the new developments and support from the Rotary Club.